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ERIC Table of Contents


Title Page

Introduction

About Roman Coins

Denominations

Coins of Other Ancient Cultures

Identifying Roman Coins

How To Use This Book

Mintmarks

Mint Map

Pricing And Grading

Bibliography

Reference Catalogs Cited

Coin Terms Used

Glossary

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Index of Rulers

Photography Credits

Additional Web Resources

Imperial Catalog:

AUGUSTUS
LIVA
AGRIPPA
NERO CLAUDIUS DRUSUS
GERMANICUS
AGRIPPINA I
TIBERIUS
DRUSUS
ANTONIA
CALIGULA
CLAUDIUS I
BRITANNICUS
AGRIPPINA II
NERO
GALBA
CLODIUS MACER
OTHO
VITELLIUS
VESPASIAN
DOMITILLA
TITUS
DOMITIAN
DOMITIA
JULIA TITI
NERVA
TRAJAN
PLOTINA
MARCIANA
MATIDIA
HADRIAN
SABINA
AELIUS
ANTONINUS PIUS
FAUSTINA I
MARCUS AURELIUS
FAUSTINA II
LUCIUS VERUS
LUCILLA
COMMODUS
CRISPINA
PERTINAX
DIDIUS JULIANUS
MANLIA SCANTILLA
DIDIA CLARA
PESCENNIUS NIGER
CLODIUS ALBINUS
SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS
JULIA DOMNA
CARACALLA
PLAUTILLA
GETA
MACRINUS
DIADUMENIAN
ELAGABALUS
JULIA MAESA
JULIA SOAEMIAS
JULIA PAULA
AQUILIA SEVERA
ANNIA FAUSTINA
SEVERUS ALEXANDER
JULIA MAMAEA
ORBIANA
MAXIMINUS I
PAULINA
MAXIMUS
GORDIAN I
GORDIAN II
BALBINUS
PUPIENUS
GORDIAN III
TRANQUILLINA
PHILIP I
OTACILIA SEVERA
PHILIP II
PACATIAN
JOTAPIAN
TRAJAN DECIUS
HERENNIA ETRUSCILLA
HERENNIUS ETRUSCUS
HOSTILIAN
TREBONIANUS GALLUS
VOLUSIAN
AEMILIAN
CORNELIA SUPERA
SILBANNACUS
URANIUS ANTONINUS
VALERIAN I
MARINIANA
VALERIAN II
GALLIENUS
SALONINA
SALONINUS
REGALIANUS
DRYANTILLA
POSTUMUS
LAELIANUS
MARIUS
VICTORINUS
DOMITIAN II
TETRICUS I
TETRICUS II
QUIETUS
MACRIANUS
CLAUDIUS II
QUINTILLUS
AURELIAN
SEVERINA
ZENOBIA
VABALATHUS
TACITUS
FLORIAN
PROBUS
SATURNINUS
CARUS
CARINUS
MAGNIA URBICA
NIGRIAN
NUMERIAN
JULIAN I
DIOCLETIAN
MAXIMIAN
CARAUSIUS
ALLECTUS
DOMITIUS DOMITIANUS
CONSTANTIUS I
THEODORA
GALERIUS
GALERIA VALERIA
SEVERUS II
MAXENTIUS
ROMULUS
CONSTANTINE I
HELENA
FAUSTA
ALEXANDER
LICINIUS I
CONSTANTIA
MAXIMINUS II
LICINIUS II
CRISPUS
VALERIUS VALENS
MARTINIAN
CONSTANTINE II
DELMATIUS
HANNIBALLIANUS
CONSTANS
CONSTANTIUS II
MAGNENTIUS
DECENTIUS
NEPOTIAN
VETRANO
CONSTANTIUS GALLUS
JULIAN II
JOVIAN
VALENTINIAN I
VALENS
PROCOPIUS
GRATIAN
VALENTINIAN II
THEODOSIUS I
AELIA FLACCILLA
MAGNUS MAXIMINUS
FLAVIUS VICTOR
EUGENIUS
HONORIUS
CONSTANTINE III
CONSTANS II
MAXIMINUS
PRISCUS ATTALUS
JOVINUS
SABASTIANUS
CONSTANTIUS III
GALLA PLACIDIA
JOHANNES
VALENTINIAN III
LICINIA EUDOXIA
HONORIA
PETRONIUS MAXIMINUS
AVITUS
MAJORIAN
LIBIUS SEVERUS
ANTHEMIUS
EUPHEMIA
ANICIUS OLYBRIUS
GLYCERIUS
JULIUS NEPOS
ROMULUS AUGUSTUS
ARCADIUS
EUDOXIA
PULCHERIA
THEODOSIUS II
EUDOCIA
MARCIAN
LEO I
VERINA
LEO II
ZENO
ARIADNE
BASILISCUS
ZENONIS
LEONTIUS I
ANASTASIUS I
ANONYMOUS COINAGE

ERIC The Encyclopedia of Roman Imperial Coins
by Rasiel Suarez


Constans

Augustus 337-350


The middle child of Constantine's three surviving sons, Constans inherited the domains of Italy and the Roman provinces in Africa after the death of his father in 337. No sooner than this happened Constans and Constantine II began squabbling over who got what and the latter meant to settle the issue with his army. However, luck remained with Constans who easily appropriated all of Constantine II's former territories when Constantine died in battle; thus becoming the de facto ruler of the West. He held on to power for another ten years until the embattled Constantius II raised eyebrows within his own army and his top general, Magnentius, proclaimed himself the emperor. Bereft of an army, Constans had no real power and escaped as best he could. His former soldiers found him hiding in a temple, dragged him out of it and killed him.

Among the commonest of ancient coins, Constans joins the ranks of his Dad Constantine I and his brothers Constantine II and Constantius II as one of the fourth century’s most prolific issuer of coins.

His bronzes are sold by the handful along with other coins of this age still covered in the dirt accumulated over 1,600 years after being casually lost the same way one might lose small change at a park or beach today.

However, even though collectively these coins are common there are innumerable issues, well beyond what this catalog lists, that make each individual issue if not rare then at least not outright common.

The most common bronzes will fall into the Gloria Exercitus and Fel Temp Reparatio strikes. With coordinated designs that reached every corner of the empire there were over a dozen mints making these across several decades guaranteeing a significant number of them remain today.

In silver we have the Siliqua and Miliarense which are fairly rare and expensive, sometimes more so than the more common of the gold Solidus issues. Other than common and not-so-good-looking Siliquae you can expect to pay several hundred dollars a piece and going into the thousands of dollars.

Busts:

1) Diademed (pearls) head right
2) Diademed (pearls), draped and cuirassed bust left
3) Diademed (pearls), draped and cuirassed bust left, holding globe
4) Diademed (pearls), draped and cuirassed bust right
5) Diademed (pearls), draped and cuirassed bust right, holding globe
6) Diademed (plain band) head right
7) Diademed (rosettes) bust left, wearing consular robes, raising hand and holding mappa
8) Diademed (rosettes) head right
9) Diademed (rosettes) head right, looking upwards
10) Diademed (rosettes), cuirassed bust right
11) Diademed (rosettes), draped and cuirassed bust left
12) Diademed (rosettes), draped and cuirassed bust left, holding globe
13) Diademed (rosettes), draped and cuirassed bust left, raising hand and holding globe
14) Diademed (rosettes), draped and cuirassed bust right
15) Diademed (rosettes), draped and cuirassed bust right, holding globe
16) Laureate head right
17) Laureate head right, looking upwards
18) Laureate, cuirassed bust left
19) Laureate, cuirassed bust right
20) Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left
21) Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, holding globe
22) Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, raising hand
23) Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right

Obverses:

1) CONSTANS AVG
2) CONSTANS AVGVSTVS
3) CONSTANS IVN NOB C
4) CONSTANS IVN NOB CAES
5) CONSTANS MAX AVG
6) CONSTANS NOB CAES
7) CONSTANS NOB CAESAR
8) CONSTANS PF AVG
9) DN CONSTANS MAX AVGVSTVS
10) DN CONSTANS PF AVG
11) DN FL CONSTANS AVG
12) FL CONSTANS NOB C
13) FL CONSTANS NOB CAES
14) FL CONSTANS NOB CAESAR
15) FL CONSTANTIS BEA C
16) FL CONSTANTIS BEA CAES
17) FL I CONSTANS NOB CAES
18) FL IVL CONSTANS AVG
19) FL IVL CONSTANS NOB C
20) FL IVL CONSTANS NOB CAES
21) FL IVL CONSTANS PERP AVG
22) FL IVL CONSTANS PF AVG
23) FL IVL CONSTANS PF AVGG
24) FL IVL CONSTANS PIVS FELIX AVG
25) FL IVL CONSTANTIS NOB C
26) IMP CONSTANS AVG
27) No legend

Reverses:

1) CONSTANS AVG
2) CONSTANS AVGVSTVS
3) CONSTANS CAESAR
4) CONSTANS NOB CAESAR
5) FEL TEMP REPARATIO
6) FELICIA DECENNALIA
7) FELICITAS PERPETVA
8) FELICITAS REIPVBLICE
9) GAVDIVM POPVLI ROMANI
10) GAVDIVM ROMANORVM
11) GLORIA EXERCITVS
12) GLORIA REIPVBLICAE
13) GLORIA ROMANORVM
14) OB VICTORIAM TRIVMFALEM
15) PAX AVGVSTORVM
16) PRINCIPI IVVENTVTIS
17) ROMAE AETERNAE
18) SALVS ET SPES REIPVBLICAE
19) SECVRITAS PERPETVA
20) SECVRITAS REIP
21) SECVRITAS REIPVB
22) SECVRITAS REIPVBLICAE
23) SPES REIPVBLICAE
24) TRIVMFATOR GENTIVM BARBARVM
25) VICT AVG
26) VICT AVGG
27) VICTOR OMNIVM GENTIVM
28) VICTORIA AVG
29) VICTORIA AVGG
30) VICTORIA AVGG NN
31) VICTORIA AVGVSTI
32) VICTORIA AVGVSTI NOSTRI
33) VICTORIA AVGVSTORVM
34) VICTORIA CAESAR NN
35) VICTORIA CAESARVM
36) VICTORIA CONSTANTIS AVG
37) VICTORIA DD NN AVGG
38) VICTORIA DN CONSTANTIS AVG
39) VICTORIAE D N AVG
40) VICTORIAE DD AVGG Q NN
41) VICTORIAE DD NN AVGG
42) VICTORIAE DDD NNN AVGGG
43) VIRTVS AVGG NN
44) VIRTVS CAESARVM
45) VIRTVS CAESARVM NN
46) VIRTVS DD NN AVGG
47) VIRTVS EXERCITVM
48) VIRTVS EXERCITVS
49) VIRTVS EXERCITVS GALL
50) VOTA PVBLICA
51) No legend

Types:

1) Constans riding horse right, spearing two barbarians.
2) Constans riding oncoming quadriga, dropping coins and holding scepter with eagle atop
3) Constans standing facing, holding spear and resting hand on shield.
4) Constans standing left on galley, holding phoenix on globe and labarum; Victory seated to right, steering.
5) Constans standing left on galley, holding Victory and labarum; Victory seated right, steering.
6) Constans standing left, holding labarum and resting hand on shield
7) Constans standing left, holding labarum and resting hand on shield; two captives to left.
8) Constans standing left, holding labarum and scepter; being crowned by Victory to right, holding palm.
9) Constans standing left, holding labarum and scepter; seated captive to right.
10) Constans standing left, holding labarum and scepter; two standards behind.
11) Constans standing left, holding labarum and spear.
12) Constans standing left, holding standard and resting hand on shield; two captives to left and one to right.
13) Constans standing left, holding trophy and resting hand on shield; seated captive on either side
14) Constans standing left, stepping on galley prow, holding labarum, being crowned by Victory.
15) Constans standing right, holding spear and globe.
16) Constans standing right, stepping on captive, holding spear and globe
17) Constans standing right, touching trophy and holding spear; seated captive at base of trophy.
18) Constans standing, facing, holding labarum
19) Constans, Constantine II and Constantius II standing, facing, holding spear and resting hand on shield.
20) Constantine I standing, facing, holding vexillum and parazonium; Constans, Constantine II and Constantius II standing on either side, facing, each holding a spear and resting hand on shield
21) Constantine II seated, facing, raising hand and resting feet on stool reading VOT V; Constans and Constantius II on either side also seated, facing.
22) Constantinopolis seated left, stepping on galley prow, holding Victory on globe with wreath and palm and scepter.
23) Genii (2) facing each other, holding together wreath reading VOTIS / X / MVLTIS / XX.
24) Mars advancing right, holding spear and trophy; seated captive on either side.
25) Palm branches (3), star above.
26) Phoenix standing right on globe
27) Phoenix standing right on pile of ashes
28) Roma and Constantinopolis seated, facing, holding between them shield reading VOT / XX / MVLT / XXX
29) Securitas standing, facing, leaning on column and with legs crossed, holding scepter
30) Securitas standing, facing, leaning on column, holding scepter.
31) Securitas standing, facing, leaning on column, resting head on hand.
32) Soldier advancing right, dragging captive from hut under tree and holding spear
33) Soldier standing left, spearing falling horseman
34) Soldiers (2) standing either side of one standard, each holding a spear and resting hand on shield
35) Soldiers (2) standing either side of two standards, each holding a spear and resting hand on shield
36) Standards (3)
37) Standards (4)
38) Vexillum reading VOT / V / MVLT / X; seated captive on either side.
39) Vexillum reading VOT / X / MVLT / XV; seated captive on either side.
40) Vexillum reading VOT / X / MVLT / XX; seated captive on either side.
41) Victories (2) standing, facing each other, each holding wreath and palm.
42) Victories (2) standing, facing each other, holding together wreath reading VOT / X / MVLT / XV
43) Victories (2) standing, facing each other, holding together wreath reading VOT / X / MVL / XV
44) Victories (2) standing, facing each other, holding together wreath reading VOT / X / MVLT / XX
45) Victories (2) standing, facing each other, holding together wreath reading VOT / X / MVL / XX
46) Victories (2) standing, facing each other, holding together wreath reading VOT / X / MVLTIS / XX
47) Victories (2) standing, facing each other, holding together wreath reading VOT / V / MVLTIS / X
48) Victories (2) standing, facing each other, holding together wreath reading VOT / V / MVLT / X
49) Victories (2) standing, facing each other, holding together wreath reading VOT / V / MVL / X
50) Victory advancing left, holding trophy and palm.
51) Victory advancing left, holding wreath and dragging captive
52) Victory advancing left, holding wreath and palm.
53) Victory advancing left, holding wreath and palm; captive to right.
54) Victory advancing left, holding wreath and trophy
55) Victory advancing left, holding wreath in each hand
56) Victory advancing left, holding wreath reading XXV and trophy; seated captive to left.
57) Victory advancing right, stepping on captive, holding shield reading VOT / V / MVLT / X.
58) Victory seated right, holding shield reading VOT / V / MVLT / X; Genius to right also holding shield.
59) Victory seated right, holding shield reading VOT / VX / MVLT / XX; Genius to right also holding shield.
60) Victory seated right, holding shield reading VOT / X / MVLT / XV
61) Victory seated right, holding shield reading VOT / X / MVLT / XX
62) Victory seated right, holding shield reading VOT / X / MVLT / XX; Genius to right.
63) Victory seated right, holding shield reading VOT / X; Genius to right also holding shield.
64) Victory seated right, holding shield reading VOT / XV / MVLT / XX; Genius to right also holding shield.
65) Victory seated right, holding shield reading VOT / XV; Genius to right.
66) Victory seated right, holding shield reading VOT / XXX; Genius to right also holding shield.
67) Victory standing right, stepping on globe, holding shield reading VOT / XX; Genius to right also holding shield
68) Wreath, CONSTANS / AVG within
69) Wreath, SIC / V / SIC / X within.
70) Wreath, SIC / X / SIC / XX within.
71) Wreath, SIC / XX / SIC / XXX within.
72) Wreath, VOT / V / MVLT / X within.
73) Wreath, VOT / XV / MVLT / XX within.
74) Wreath, VOT / XX / MVLT / XXX within.
75) Wreath, VOT / XXV / MVLT / XXX within.

Mints:

1) Alexandria
2) Antioch
3) Aquileia
4) Arelate
5) Constantinopolis
6) Cyzicus
7) Heraclea
8) Lugdunum
9) Nicomedia
10) Roma
11) Sirmium
12) Siscia
13) Thessalonica
14) Treveri

AU Medallion Reference(s)

1) B13, O21, R19, T20, M05 Exe: CONS Nine Solidi weight RIC 67 (VIII, Constantinople)
2) B14, O22, R41, T45, M12 Exe: ∘SIS• 1-1/2 Solidi weight RIC 110 (VIII, Siscia)
3) B14, O24, R09, T08, M03 Exe: SMAQ Two Solidi weight RIC 1a (VIII, Aquileia)

AU Solidus

4) B04, O02, R41, T44, M14 Exe: TR RIC 135 (VIII, Trier)
5) B14, O02, R41, T45, M12 Exe: ∘SIS• Obverse and reverse within wreath RIC 132 (VIII, Siscia)
6) B14, O22, R41, T45, M12 Exe: *SIS* RIC 124 (VIII, Siscia)
7) B14, O22, R47, T13, M13 Exe: TES RIC 34 (VIII, Thessalonica)
8) B14, O24, R09, T68, M13 Exe: TS` RIC 7 (VIII, Thessalonica)
9) B23, O01, R28, T50, M02 Exe: */LXXII/SMAN• LXXII, the Roman numeral for 72, is a mark of value RIC 5 (VIII, Antioch)
10) B23, O13, R04, T52, M05 Exe: CONS RIC 97 (VII, Constantinople)

AR Miliarense

11) B06, O27, R04, T37, M13 Exe: TS`
12) B14, O18, R24, T06, M13 Exe: TES RIC 91 (VIII, Thessalonica)

AR Siliqua

13) B04, O22, R41, T52, M14 Exe: TR RIC 176 (VIII, Trier)
14) B09, O27, R02, T52, M05 Exe: C•` RIC 20 (VIII, Constantinople)
15) B14, O22, R01, T25, M12 Exe: SIS¨ RIC 68 (VIII, Siscia)
16) B14, O22, R41, T51, M10 Exe: R RIC 69 (VIII, Rome)
17) B16, O18, R16, T16, M14 Exe: TR` RIC 35 (VIII, Trier)
18) B17, O27, R02, T52, M05 Exe: C•`

AE2

19) B03, O10, R05, T07, M01 Exe: */ALE` RIC 64 (VIII, Alexandria), L 2823
20) B03, O10, R05, T07, M12 Exe: `SIS RIC 224 (VIII, Siscia)
21) B03, O10, R05, T32, M02 Exe: AN` RIC 126 (VIII, Antioch), L 2615
22) B03, O10, R05, T32, M03 Exe: AQ`• RIC 103 (VIII, Aquileia), L 888
23) B03, O10, R05, T32, M05 Exe: CONS`* RIC 88 (VIII, Constantinople)
24) B03, O10, R05, T32, M05 Exe: Γ/CONS`* RIC 92 (VIII, Constantinople)
25) B03, O10, R05, T32, M06 Exe: */SMK` RIC 79 (VIII, Cyzicus)
26) B03, O10, R05, T32, M06 Exe: •SMK` RIC 81 (VIII, Cyzicus), L 2477
27) B03, O10, R05, T32, M06 Exe: SMK` RIC 72 (VIII, Cyzicus), L 2475
28) B03, O10, R05, T32, M07 Exe: SMH` RIC 71 (VIII, Heraclea), L 1886
29) B03, O10, R05, T32, M09 Exe: SMN` RIC 70 (VIII, Nicomedia)
30) B03, O10, R05, T32, M12 Exe: `SIS`R RIC 218 (VIII, Sirmium)
31) B04, O10, R05, T33, M12 Exe: A/`SIS• “A” behind bust RIC 254 (VIII, Siscia)
32) B05, O10, R05, T33, M13 Exe: TS`* Rev. Stephen Knapp collection
33) B12, O10, R05, T07, M01 Exe: ALE` RIC 56 (VIII, Alexandria), L 2816
34) B12, O10, R05, T32, M10 Exe: R` “N” behind bust RIC 157 (VIII, Rome)

AE3

35) B01, O10, R11, T34, M06 Exe: SMK` RIC 33 (VIII, Cyzicus)
36) B01, O10, R25, T52, M02 Exe: SMAN` RIC 66 (VIII, Antioch)
37) B01, O10, R26, T52, M01 Exe: SMAL` RIC 31 (VIII, Alexandria)
38) B04, O06, R11, T34, M13 Exe: SMTS` RIC 225 (VII, Thessalonica)
39) B04, O06, R11, T35, M13 Exe: SMTS` RIC 201 (VII, Thessalonica)
40) B04, O08, R05, T26, M02 Exe: */AN` RIC 131 (VIII, Antioch)
41) B04, O08, R05, T27, M12 Exe: `SIS• RIC 232 (VIII, Siscia)
42) B04, O08, R05, T27, M14 Exe: TR`* RIC 230 (VIII, Trier), L 36
43) B04, O08, R11, T35, M07 Exe: SMH`* RIC 139 (VII, Heraclea)
44) B04, O10, R05, T04, M12 Exe: `SIS` Second officina is a Greek cursive letter equivalent to the Latin on left RIC 244 (VIII, Siscia), L 1136
45) B04, O10, R05, T04, M12 Exe: `SIS• RIC 198 (VIII, Siscia), L 1140
46) B04, O10, R05, T04, M12 Exe: `SIS`• Second officina is a Greek cursive letter equivalent to the Latin on left RIC 201 (VIII, Siscia), L 1142
47) B04, O10, R05, T04, M13 Exe: TES` RIC 120 (VIII, Thessalonica), L 1642
48) B04, O10, R05, T05, M13 Exe: A/TS` “A” behind bust RIC 122 (VIII, Thessalonica)
49) B04, O10, R05, T26, M06 Exe: SMK` RIC 88 (VIII, Cyzicus)
50) B04, O10, R05, T27, M12 Exe: `SIS` Second officina is a Greek cursive letter equivalent to the Latin on left RIC 241 (VIII, Siscia), L 1134
51) B04, O10, R05, T34, M14 Exe: TR` RIC 215 (VIII, Trier)
52) B04, O13, R11, T34, M13 Exe: SMTS` RIC 226 (VII, Thessalonica)
53) B04, O19, R11, T35, M06 Exe: SMK` RIC 87 (VII, Cyzicus)
54) B08, O10, R11, T34, M05 Exe: CONS` RIC 29 (VIII, Constantinople), L 1057
55) B14, O08, R11, T34, M04 Exe: `ARL “G” within standard RIC 58 (VIII, Arles), L 443
56) B14, O08, R11, T34, M12 Exe: `SIS £ within standard RIC 88 (VIII, Siscia), L 781
57) B14, O08, R11, T34, M12 Exe: `SIS¨ £ within standard RIC 100 (VIII, Siscia)
58) B14, O08, R11, T34, M12 Exe: `SIS© £ within standard RIC 93 (VIII, Siscia)
59) B14, O08, R11, T34, M14 Exe: TR`` “M” within standard RIC 111 (VIII, Trier)
60) B14, O10, R05, T04, M02 Exe: AN` RIC 96 (VIII, Antioch)
61) B14, O10, R05, T04, M06 Exe: SMK` RIC 68 (VIII, Cyzicus), L 2485
62) B14, O10, R05, T04, M10 Exe: A/R` “A” behind bust RIC 152 (VIII, Rome)
63) B14, O10, R11, T04, M12 Exe: `SIS`R Second officina is a Greek cursive letter equivalent to the Latin on left RIC 206 (VIII, Siscia)
64) B14, O10, R11, T34, M12 Exe: •`SIS• £ within standard RIC 103 (VIII, Siscia), L 784
65) B14, O11, R20, T29, M10 Exe: R\` RIC 11 (VIII, Rome), L 588
66) B14, O11, R21, T29, M10 Exe: R\` RIC 8 (VIII, Rome), L 584
67) B15, O10, R05, T33, M10 Exe: A*/R` “A” behind bust RIC 136 (VIII, Rome)
68) B16, O10, R11, T34, M05 Exe: CONS` RIC 28 (VIII, Constantinople), L 1045
69) B20, O13, R11, T35, M05 Exe: •CONS`• RIC 83 (VII, Constantinople)
70) B23, O11, R11, T34, M10 Exe: `R`¯ RIC 52 (VIII, Rome), L 620
71) B23, O13, R11, T35, M10 Exe: R*` RIC 367 (VII, Rome)
72) B23, O15, R11, T34, M12 Exe: `SIS RIC 255 (VII, Siscia), L 757
73) B23, O15, R11, T35, M12 Exe: •`SIS• RIC 238 (VII, Siscia)

AE4 Reference(s)

74) B01, O08, R51, T73, M02 Exe: SMAN` RIC 116 (VIII, Antioch), L 1399
75) B01, O10, R51, T74, M01 Exe: SMAL`• RIC 34 (VIII, Alexandria)
76) B01, O10, R51, T74, M06 Exe: SMK` RIC 50 (VIII, Cyzicus)
77) B01, O10, R51, T74, M09 Exe: SMN` RIC 51 (VIII, Nicomedia)
78) B04, O08, R11, T41, M12 Exe: °/`SIS RIC 196 (VIII, Siscia)
79) B04, O08, R41, T41, M03 Exe: F/AQ` RIC 83 (VIII, Aquileia), L 707
80) B04, O08, R41, T41, M13 Exe: °/SMTS` RIC 106 (VIII, Thessalonica), L 864
81) B04, O08, R41, T41, M13 Exe: SMTS` RIC 100 (VIII, Thessalonica)
82) B04, O08, R41, T41, M14 Exe: D/TR` RIC 196 (VIII, Trier)
83) B08, O10, R51, T74, M09 Exe: SMN` RIC 52 (VIII, Nicomedia)
84) B14, O08, R41, T41, M12 Exe: •/`SIS RIC 183 (VIII, Siscia), L 791
85) B14, O08, R41, T41, M12 Exe: ³/`SIS RIC 192 (VIII, Siscia)
86) B14, O08, R41, T41, M12 Exe: °/`SIS RIC 195 (VIII, Siscia)
87) B14, O08, R41, T41, M13 Exe: •/•`SIS• RIC 185 (VIII, Siscia), L 793
88) B14, O08, R41, T41, M13 Exe: •/SMTS` RIC 101 (VIII, Thessalonica), L 861
89) B14, O08, R41, T41, M14 Exe: \/TR` RIC 185 (VIII, Trier), L 140


Constans Busts

Constans Types